Joycelyn Tetteh is a Ghanaian politician and administrator belonging to the National Democratic Congress (NDC). She is the current NDC member of parliament for North Dayi Constituency.
She also served in the 7th parliament of the fourth (4th) republic of Ghana and is part of the 40 females in the 8th parliament of Ghana.
Joycelyn was born on January 10, 1988 in Tsyome-Sabadu in the Volta region. She is 33 years old at the time of writing this biography.
She obtained her LLB and BEd in Management Studies at the University of Cape Coast. Joycelyn Tetteh first became a member of parliament for North Dayi constituency when she contested and won the seat in the 2016 general elections.
Due to her hardworks in her constituency, she was honored by the Chiefs and people of North Dayi constituency in August 2019. They conferred on her ghetto title of Mama Edzeame.
Hon. Joycelyn Tetteh is currently the ambassador for human trafficking in Ghana.
She serves on the Business committee of parliament and Constitutional, Legal and Parliamentary affairs committee.
In her first term of office, Joycelyn ranked as the 9th best legislator according to a research conducted by Dr. Isaac Owusu-Mensah and Mr. Kaakyire Frempong, both senior lecturers at the Political Science Department of the University of Ghana in collaboration with Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.